- During the past month, the governors of Vermont, Maine, Oregon, Delaware and Connecticut signed legislation banning single-use plastic bags and a few months earlier, on April 22, New York’s governor
Changing of the Guard
Vermont AG issues memo confirming non-enforcement of GM labeling requirements.
- As the food industry is well aware, Vermont’s labeling requirements for genetically modified (GM) foods have been preempted by the
Vermont Enforcement Bulletin
Vermont relaxes enforcement of GM labeling requirements for the first year.
- As the food industry is well aware, Vermont’s labeling requirements for genetically modified (GM) foods are set to take
Vermont Weighs Delay
Vermont weighs potential delay in enforcement of GM labeling law.
- As the food industry is well aware, Vermont’s labeling requirements for genetically modified (GM) foods are set to take effect
Vermont: Spotlight on the Safe Harbor
Vermont AG issues memo clarifying scope of GM labeling safe harbor and enforcement discretion.
- As the July 1 effective date for Vermont’s labeling requirement for genetically modified (GM) foods approaches,
Vermont GM Guide (Part Deux)
Vermont issues GM labeling FAQs.
- As food manufacturers are well aware, Vermont’s GM labeling requirements remain on track to take effect on July 1, 2016. Although the requirements are being
Happy New(s) Year
We welcome our readership back with a wrap-up of recent news items of interest:
- Vermont authorizes independent organizations to provide “non-GM” verification
- In anticipation of the upcoming July 1, 2016
GMA on GMO
GMA continues its fight in the GM labeling arena.
- The effective date for Vermont’s GM labeling law is July 1, 2016. Absent a federal legislative solution or a victory in
Vermont’s Guide to GM Labeling
Vermont issues guidance on GM labeling regulations.
- Pending the outcome of the ongoing legal challenge to Vermont’s GM labeling law, the law and its implementing regulations are set to take
States support Vermont’s position in GM labeling lawsuit.
- As previously covered on this blog, the lawsuit brought by the Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA) and other trade associations to challenge